Dunes & sandwaves tutorial

Started by wiwine, May 28, 2014, 07:22:41 am

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Shigawire

Absolutely brilliant! I must admit I don't remember much about cosine trigonometry from school.
Though it's never too late to re-learn it. There is no excuse, since we all have access to the 100% free "Khan Academy" if we want to learn cos, sin and other trigonometric functions.

Again, I'm both very impressed and also very thankful. I've been fruitlessly working on a desert scene for a while now. You are nailing the look I am looking for.

Btw, in my own dune scene, I've also implemented giant sand dune mountains, similar to "Big Daddy" in Namibia.

I'll share it with you, though I don't think you need any help. :P Besides, I've got some rendering issues due to having been using the "intersect displacement" functions. I've been trying to implement star dunes as well, that's why I've used intersect.

Big Daddy in Namibia:


bobbystahr

Pure genius, thanks for sharing this...
something borrowed,
something Blue.
Ring out the Old.
Bring in the New
Bobby Stahr, Paracosmologist


wiwine

--- UPDATE ---
Tutorial PART 1 : update V1.22 (some corrections).

Alexn007

Thank you so much for sharing...  This is very helpful.

Cheers!

inkydigit

thank you wiwiwine!
amazing work
cheers
Jason
:)

Mahnmut